In his marriage, they had two sons’ names James Bluford and Guion III Bluford. From the research I done on Guion Bluford, I learned that he takes his education very seriously. I mean he did go to 3 different colleges/universities. His interest was science/technology, business and the air force. The first university Guion went to was Pennsylvania State University in 1964.
I will discuss three topics areas that will demonstrate the context for the artifact: JFK as a rhetor, the occasions on which the rhetoric was presented and the audience to whom the rhetoric was addressed. Background John Fitzgerald Kennedy graduated from Harvard University in 1940 and shortly thereafter joined the Navy. While serving in WWII, his PT boat was rammed and sunk by a Japanese destroyer; Kennedy suffered critical injuries, but still managed to get him and other survivors to safety. Kennedy became a Democratic Congressman in the Boston area and then progressed to the 1953 Senate (JFK). John F. Kennedy was elected the youngest and first Roman Catholic President of the United States on November 8, 1960.
Thurgood Marshall Thurgood Marshall was born in Baltimore Maryland on July 2, 1908. His mother was a teacher and his father was a railroad porter. He graduated high school a year early with a B average placing third in his class. He attended Lincoln University to become a lawyer. He later went to Howard University school of law graduating first in his class.
Maya Austell March 6, 2012 American History II Book review on 1912 Election and the Power of Progressivism The election of 1912 was a rare four-way contest. All four candidates ultimately had the same goals and similar qualities of Progressivism but quite different ways of moving towards it. Brett Flehinger states “Although Roosevelt, Taft, Wilson, Debs, and others disagreed fundamentally on a number of issues, their debates focused on a central question: How should American society respond to the swift and sweeping social and political changes brought on by the development of this new corporate economy.” (pg. 21) Before President Theodore Roosevelt left office, he picked William Howard Taft to be his successor and helped get him elected. William Howard Taft was nominated by the support of Republicans and the conservative wing.
Maxwell began his undergraduate studies at Edinburgh University at age sixteen and entered graduate school at Cambridge University at age nineteen. After graduation, he was a fellow and professor at a variety of colleges in the United Kingdom. Maxwell was inducted as a Fellow of The Royal Society of Edinburgh when he was 25, and promoted to a Fellow of The Royal Society at age 30. After a fruitful career, James Maxwell passed away at the age of 48 of stomach cancer, which was oddly the same cause and timing of his mother’s death when Maxwell was eight years old (Forfar, 1995). Before we start talking about Maxwell’s Equations, let’s look back into history.
On October 25, 1940, in Massillon, Ohio Robert Montgomery “Bobby” Knight was born. He grew up in Orrville. Knight attended Orrville High School where he began his career as a player of football and basketball. He continued under Basketball Hall of Fame coach Fred Taylor at Ohio State University in 1958. Knight graduated with a degree in history and government in 1962.
“The Night Owls who called earlier must have been thinking about, uh, The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit or some other book.” (page 222) The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit is a 1955 autobiographical novel by Sloan Wilson that deals with his experiences as an assistant director of the US National Citizen Commission for Public Schools. The book shares the experience of a man in the workforce, as opposed to Brown’s Sex and the Office, which focuses on the woman. 25. “To an eastern child, particularly a child who has always had an uncle on Wall Street and who has spent several hundred Saturdays first at F.A.O Schwartz and being fitted for shoes at Best’s and then waiting under the Biltmore clock and dancing to Lester Lanin, New York is just a city, albeit the city, a plausible place for people to live.” (page 231) F.A.O Schwartz is the oldest toy store in the United States which had a popular location in New York City on Fifth Avenue. The Biltmore Clock was a famous clock located in the lobby of the New York Biltmore Hotel.
William Raspberry, a nationally syndicated columnist for the Washington Post, was born in Okolona, Mississippi, in 1935. He attended Indiana Central College, earning a degree in history in 1958, and was awarded a Doctorate of Humane Letters there in 1973. Raspberry has worked for the Washington Post since 1962, first as a reporter-editor, then as urban-affairs columnist. He has taught journalism at Howard University, has lectured on race relations and public education, and has been a television commentator in Washington, D C. GOOD ADVICE FOR THE COLLEGE-BOUND High school counselors need to get their hands on a little pamphlet just published by the University of Virginia. Its 22 pages contain more useful advice, guidance and perspective
Milosevic went to study law at the University of Belgrade Law School, where he became head of the ideology of the committee of the Communist League of Yugoslavia (SKJ). While at the university, he befriended Ivan Stambolic, whose uncle Petar Stambolic had been a president of Serbian Executive Council. (FGC) After graduating from the University in 1966, Milosevic became an economic adviser to the Mayor of Belgrade. Five years later, he married Mirjana Markovic, which he had known since childhood. In 1968, Milosevic gain employment in the Tehnogas Company and became its chairman in 1973.
Lawrence Kohlberg was born into an affluent family in 1927, in Bronxville, New York. He attended a private academy during his high school years in Andover, Massachusetts. Kohlberg signed up to become an engineer on a ship during World War II and as a result became involved in a plight to help the Jews in Israel by smuggling them out of the country. He then enrolled in the University of Chicago and obtained his bachelor’s degree within the year. He continued with pursuing his graduate work in psychology, and became entrenched in the ideology of Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development.